Today's Family Medicine News Highlights

August 28, 2015

The Globe and Mail

Doctors' group targeting swing votes for seniors issues
CMA digital campaign targeting swing votes for seniors issues
Fighting gravity during labour
Federal survey on doctor-assisted death criticized by rights group

National Post

A small wireless pacemaker could offer heart patients a surgery-free alternative to the traditional devices

Global News

Calling on government for legislative response to physician assisted suicide


CBC News

Roseway Hospital clinic in Shelburne to be renovated


CTV News

Neurologist and author, Oliver Sacks, dies at age 82
 

Global News

Vancouver Island could see wait times for surgery reduced

The Toronto Star

Study finds pre-washed spinach may still contain bacteria
More research required on the impact of vaping to your health


The Star Pheonix

Saskatchewan sees Psych tests triple in the past three years


Huffington Post

The Canadian Medical Association supports divestment from fossil fuels
 

L’actualité

Synthèse de la conférence prononcée par Gaétan Barrette 
 

La Presse

La FIQ s’inquiète d’un revirement de position du NPD sur les transferts en santé
Les fabricants de cigarettes trichent sur leurs étiquettes  
La consommation d’alcool est la plus élevée en Outaouais  
 

Journal de Montréal

Hôpitaux : Pas de fonds supplémentaires pour la journée additionnelle de l’année bissextile  
 

Ici Radio-Canada

Des études prometteuses sur un vaccin unique contre toutes les souches d’influenza 

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